Bevin Engman

  1. Red Shift
    Red Shift
  2. Unlikely Nature, Study #1
    Unlikely Nature, Study #1
  3.  Unlikely Nature, Study #2
    Unlikely Nature, Study #2
  4. Appearing to Be #1
    Appearing to Be #1
  5. Appearing to Be #2
    Appearing to Be #2
Bevin Engman lives and works in central Maine. She paints primarily from observation, pursuing her interests in the complex properties of color and its ability to convey light and even meaning. Influences on her work
include the work of her teachers Edwin Douglas and Robert Slutzky, the
California Bay Area painters, Giorgio Morandi and the color treatises of
Josef Albers.